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  1. Apparently not... amazing.. why does this container even include the damn thing if it causes rutorrent stop functioning suddenly?
  2. So seeing as PIA is not very reliable these days, I figured I might as well switch to AirVPN. I tried deploying the container with the config and all that and made sure to port forward the "incoming port" in AirVPN (which gives me an OK) but torrents don't connect to any seeders and don't download at all. What could I be missing? Any ideas?
  3. The trouble is that I use a script in the end of Deluge downloads (nzbToMedia) and it connects to couchpotato and radarr on the host machine. The only solution is to make everything be containerized?
  4. Seems like exactly what I need but are you sure it's not the sabnzbd container only? I tried adding it like into the delugeVPN but it didn't seem to have an affect.
  5. Thanks for the reply. It's not so much a matter of connecting couchpotato to deluge (I only use couchpotato to process movies which I manually add to Deluge, as Radarr demands that the movie is in the "wanted" list, afaik) but more a matter of the container being able to see any service running on the host. curl -L hostip:5050 times out on delugeVPN container whereas on any other container, where Curl is installed, I can easily see the couchpotato page. So is it a networking question?
  6. Hi guys. First of all, thanks for this amazing container - it makes it soo easy to use VPN with proper port forwarding - now I can finally seed properly 🙂 I can connect find to deluge with external services like Radarr, but I can't for the life of me figure out how to connect from the container to services running on the host, e.g. couchpotato. While I know I could/should just run Couchpotato in a container as well, I still would like to figure out how to make delugeVPN be able to connect to my external services. Other containers seem to be able to connect to couchpotato on the host just fine? I'm a bit new to Docker so apologizing if the question is dumb... I'm running it with these settings: DEBUG = false UMASK = 002 VPN_ENABLED = yes VPN_USER = hidden STRICT_PORT_FORWARD = yes LAN_NETWORK = 10.188.166.0/24 NAME_SERVERS = 1.1.1.1,8.8.8.8 PUID = 1015 VPN_PASS = hidden VPN_PROV = pia ENABLE_PRIVOXY = no PGID = 1005 PATH = /usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin HOME = /home/nobody TERM = xterm LANG = en_GB.UTF-8
  7. Any trouble in using this script on a regular Debian installation? I wanna keep Sonarr from spinning up my HDDs. I could imagine the script would need quite some modification ?